Боінчан Б.П.

Боінчан Б.П. (Boincean B.), д-р с.-г. наук, професор, начальник відділу природничих наук і агроекології, факультет реальної, економічної та екологічної USARB, Бельцький державний університет імені Алеку Руссо, Молдова

Scopus Author ID 55996740100
ORCID http://orcid.org/0000-0003-4648-2351

Selected Publications:

  1. Boincean, B.P., Nica L.T., and Stadnic S.S. (2014) Productivity and fertility of the Balti Chernozem under crop rotation with different systems of fertilization. In:Soil as World Heritage.,edited by David Dent,Springer, 2014, 209-232 (Web of Science Core Collection)
  2. Boincean, B.P., Martea, M.P., Ungureanu, A.I.,and Hropotinschi P.M. (2014) Long-term field experiment with irrigation on the Balti Chernozem.In:Soil as World Heritage, edited by David Dent, Springer, 2014, 233-250 (Web of Science Core Collection)
  3. Andreev, N., Rotentalp, M., Boincean, B., and Lens P.N. (2016) Treatment of Source-separated Human Feces via Lactic Acid Fermentation Combined with Thermophilic Composting. In: Compost Science and Utilization, March 2016, 1-11 (the link to this article: http://doi.org/10.1080/1065657X.2016.1277809 (Web of Science Core Collection and Scopus)
  4. Andreev N., Ronteltap M., Boincean B., Wernli M., Zubcov E., Bagrin N., Borodin N., Lens P.N.L. (2017) Lactic acid fermentation of human urine to improve its fertilizing value and reduce odour emissions // Journal of Environmental Management. – 2017. – Volume 198. Pages 63-69. – DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2017.04.059. (Scopus)
  5. Wiesmeier M., Lungu M., Cerbari V., Boincean B., Hübner R., Kögel-Knabner I. (2018) Rebuilding soil carbon in degraded steppe soils of Eastern Europe: The importance of windbreaks and improved cropland management // Land Degradation and Development. – 2018. – Vol. 29, Issue 4. – pp. 875-883. (Scopus)
  6. Andreev N., Ronteltap M., Boincean B., Lens P.N.L.  (2018) Lactic acid fermentation of human excreta for agricultural application (Review) // Journal of Environmental Management. – 2018. – Vol. 29, Issue 4. – Pages 875-883. (Scopus)